“I feel like I have a powerful support system. Knowing that I can get whatever I need – from a ride to the store to assistance in my home – has given me peace of mind.”
Taking the right medication at the right time. Keeping her home tidy and preparing meals. Getting to doctor’s appointments. For Barbara, it suddenly felt like more than she could handle. Her kids pitched in as much as they could, but they had their own busy lives. She was excited to find out that she could get help in her own home, tailored to her needs. “I feel like I have a powerful safety net. Knowing that I can get whatever I need, from a ride to the store to help with my medication, has given me peace of mind.”
Maintain your independence and enhance your involvement with family and community whether you live at home, in a retirement community, or in a care facility with the guidance of professional care management services. Our expertise includes ongoing in-home visits, a thorough knowledge of comprehensive care options and community resources to help you identify and address potential safety issues in the home; monitor your health and plan of care; make sure medications are taken properly; and recommend appropriate community resources that are available to you.
Home Care Assistance
Receive assistance with the tasks of daily life without leaving the comfort and familiarity of your own home. Private duty aides can prepare your meals and help with light housekeeping, laundry and transportation, bathing, dressing, medication reminders and toileting. Sometimes the most important service can be companionship: being a good listener, playing cards or driving you to meet up with friends. The care plan is tailored to your needs, whether you contract for a minimum three-hour service visit or round-the-clock assistance. Every staff member is trained as a State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA), has earned a home health aide certification or has many years of experience caring for older adults.
Russian Jewish Cultural Center
Russian-speaking immigrants bring diversity and enthusiasm to our Jewish community. Classes in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) can help you acquire language skills so you feel at home. Manage day-to-day situations such as doctor visits with interpretation and translation services provided by Immigration and Naturalization Care Management. Through social activities with your peers, you can share memories unique to your life experiences.
Holocaust survivors may be eligible to receive FREE life-enhancing services: care management, home visits, restitution assistance, counseling and referral, social therapeutic activities, hearing tests, and safety/adaptive equipment, home health care, and more. Engage in life review and other experienced counseling to help you deal with loss and memories of trauma. (These services are available to every individual who was persecuted as a Jew in Germany, Austria, or any other country occupied by the Nazis or their Axis allies between the years of 1933-1945, including Jews who emigrated from those countries after the persecution began and before liberation of that specific country, in addition to suffering recognized persecution).
*Some of our providers do charge for certain programs and services.